The Bower building is a landmark quarter for Old Street, featuring 320,000 sq ft of beautifully designed, modern space and a vibrant restaurant and retail destination. Positioned at the heart of Tech City, the property is located immediately adjacent to Old Street underground station on the Northern Line offering connections in minutes to Kings Cross and the City. We are proud to say that Verano natural convection trench heaters have been already installed along the outer walls, across multiple stores in the tower of this nice building complex.
The Helical Plc has awarded Skanska a £73 million contract to refurbish 207 Old Street, a mixed-use development in London also known as The Tower. The building due to complete in Summer 2018, offers 171,000 sq ft of office space, immediately adjacent to Old Street roundabout. Its contemporary façade and the grand stature of the building is ideal for companies wanting to stand out from the crowd and make a strong impression with their London office.
The Bower will adopt much of the local attitude and provide authentic visual and cultural regeneration for Old Street, capturing the feeling of neighbouring locations such as Clerkenwell and Shoreditch.
The development will excite and involve those who occupy the space, enabling businesses to become a part of East London’s creative evolution. The building offers many modern amenities such as: air-conditioning, bike storage, manned reception and raised floors. It is classed as a part of a larger scheme called The Bower development on Old Street roundabout and will bring 171,000sqft (15,886sqm) of offices and 7,300sqft (678sqm) of retail space to the Silicon Roundabout area.
The scheme is targeting the BREEAM Excellent environmental rating, using sustainable approaches throughout the refurbishment phase and installing water-efficient fixtures and fittings for building occupiers.
We are proud to present that Verano natural convection trench heaters are just assembled along outer walls of fully glazed facades. Such a trench heating system will allow to have an unobtrusive view to the most famous sky-scrapers in Central London.
Works are expected to finish in June 2018.